Alicia Maciel | November 2017
It's atypical for an indie rock band to land tv time on food talk shows - unless if you're in The Moms, a New Jersey trio singing a heartwarming tune that made others want more.
Debuting on Billboard, reposted on Food & Wine, then hitting The Chew - I'm sure the band did not deliberately plan to gain strong traction amongst foodies.
"Soup Song" is off of The Moms' recently-released album Doing Asbestos We Can (the pun is killing me). "It addresses the people of the earth about temporary nature of their stay which was inspired by Mark Twain’s Letters from the Earth," explains frontman Joey Nester. Pick up vinyl, CD, or a download here.
"The Moms take a clever turn at tying pop-punk into college rock into indie rock." -Punknews
Catch them on tour in the east coast down below!
Dec 02 The Sidebar - Baltimore, MD
Dec 30 The Barbary - Philadelphia, PA